By Andrew Carnegie
Andrew Carnegie was once a Scottish-American businessman, an important philanthropist, and the founding father of the Carnegie metal corporation which later turned U.S. metal. He thought of the U.S. because the function version for democratic govt. In 1886, he penned his such a lot radical paintings, entitled effective Democracy. The paintings was once an try and argue his view that the yankee republican method of presidency used to be greater to the British monarchical method. He committed his existence to the paintings of supplying the capital for reasons of public curiosity and used to be a strong supporter of the stream for spelling reform as a method of marketing the unfold of the English language.
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He had hung around the paper’s cartoonists when he was a delivery boy—“they’d give me old drawings I could take home”—but now there were no jobs open in the art department. He was “pretty husky” after his year of “manual labor” in France, and when he applied for a job as an ofﬁce boy the Star turned him down again because he seemed too mature. 65 Walt showed Louis A. Pesmen and Bill Rubin samples of his work—“they were all these corny things I’d done in France about the fellows ﬁnding cooties”—and he got the job.
Roy Disney dismissed that story as “some of his ebullience. . ”)16 Marceline’s population had risen to more than twenty-ﬁve hundred by 1900, and it peaked at around four thousand while the Disneys lived there. Marceline was just large enough—at a time when the majority of Americans lived in even smaller places17—and just close enough to the Disney farm, to hold a certain urban allure, at least for a boy who was too young to remember much about living in Chicago, as the older Disney brothers did.
The two oldest boys, Herbert and Raymond, shared a bedroom on the ﬁrst ﬂoor of the Marceline house. ”29 Both soon wound up working in Kansas City as clerks. The older sons apparently never talked on the record about their father, but Roy Disney did, at one point recalling an episode that would not seem to reﬂect well on Elias, whatever the transgression that provoked him: “I remember in Chicago we had an apple tree in the back yard. He’d send me to my room where I could see down over the backyard.
Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie by Andrew Carnegie